70 percent of the work of Mahapeeth of Ramlala’s Sanctum has been completed

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Ayodhya. Construction work on the Ram temple at the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi complex is underway. To date, 35 percent of the works on the Ram temple and 70 percent of Mahapeeth’s works on the sanctum sanctorum have been completed. Currently, the works of the shrine, the plinth and the retaining wall of Ramlala are being developed simultaneously.
The work of shaping the Mahapeeth takes place first in the sanctum sanctorum. Ramlala will sit on the seven-foot-tall Mahapeeth which will be built in five layers. The work of the third layer has reached the final phase.
80 stones have been laid. Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust says that from January 2024, devotees will start seeing Ramlala in the great shrine.
The place where the Lord dwells is called Mahapeeth. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had begun construction of the Mahapeeth of the sanctum sanctorum by offering prayers. It has been 45 days since the start of their works, so far 70 per cent of the works have been completed.
In the first layer where a maximum of 49 stones were placed. At the same time, different numbers of stones have been placed in the second and third layers. In this way, a total of 80 stones have been placed in the Mahapeeth.
After the completion of the Mahapeeth, work will begin on raising the pillars. All the pillars on the first floor of the temple are ready. The interior and floor of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple will be decorated with Makrana marble.
Various carvings have been made in the stones. On the stones of the first layer, deities and deities, flowers and leaves and auspicious signs on the second layer, elephants on the third layer, many dimensions of the horse on the fourth and various shapes have been marked on the stones of the fifth. cover.
Work has also been completed on 70 per cent of the plinth of the temple of Ram. In this one, 17 thousand granite stones must be used. So far about 11,000 stones have been installed while 15,000 granites have been supplied.
In parallel, the construction of the sanctuary’s circumambulation is also underway. As the work on the plinth progresses, the circumambulation path will also take shape. The parikrama path will be about 30 feet wide.
The retaining wall work has also been completed up to a height of six meters. To protect the temple from natural calamities, a 12-meter-deep retaining wall is being built.
The Ram Mandir Construction Committee meeting to be held each month will begin on July 20th. A joint meeting of the Ram Mandir Construction Committee and Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust is organized every month.
In this, along with the review of the progress of the construction of the Ram temple, future plans are discussed. Nripendra Mishra, chairman of the temple construction committee, including trusted officials, members and engineers also attended the meeting.
The design of the pilgrimage center for Parkota and 25,000 devotees is being prepared. Our goal is that from January 2024, devotees can have the darshan of Ramlala in the great sanctum sanctorum. Anil Mishra, member, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust

Ayodhya. Construction work on the Ram temple at the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi complex is underway. To date, 35 percent of the works on the Ram temple and 70 percent of Mahapeeth’s works on the sanctum sanctorum have been completed. Currently, the works of the shrine, the plinth and the retaining wall of Ramlala are being developed simultaneously.

The work of shaping the Mahapeeth takes place first in the sanctum sanctorum. Ramlala will sit on the seven-foot-tall Mahapeeth which will be built in five layers. The work of the third layer has reached the final phase.

80 stones have been laid. Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust says that from January 2024, devotees will start seeing Ramlala in the great shrine.

The place where the Lord dwells is called Mahapeeth. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had begun construction of the Mahapeeth of the sanctum sanctorum by offering prayers. It has been 45 days since the start of their works, so far 70 per cent of the works have been completed.

In the first layer where a maximum of 49 stones were placed. At the same time, different numbers of stones have been placed in the second and third layers. In this way, a total of 80 stones have been placed in the Mahapeeth.

After the completion of the Mahapeeth, work will begin on raising the pillars. All the pillars on the first floor of the temple are ready. The interior and floor of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple will be decorated with Makrana marble.

Various carvings have been made in the stones. On the stones of the first layer, deities and deities, flowers and leaves and auspicious signs on the second layer, elephants on the third layer, many dimensions of the horse on the fourth and various shapes have been marked on the stones of the fifth. cover.

Work has also been completed on 70 per cent of the plinth of the temple of Ram. In this one, 17 thousand granite stones must be used. So far about 11,000 stones have been installed while 15,000 granites have been supplied.

In parallel, the construction of the sanctuary’s circumambulation is also underway. As the work on the plinth progresses, the circumambulation path will also take shape. The parikrama path will be about 30 feet wide.

The retaining wall work has also been completed up to a height of six meters. To protect the temple from natural calamities, a 12-meter-deep retaining wall is being built.

The Ram Mandir Nirman Samiti meeting to be held each month will start from July 20th. A joint meeting of the Ram Mandir Construction Committee and Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust is organized every month.

In this, along with the review of the progress of the construction of the Ram temple, future plans are discussed. Nripendra Mishra, chairman of the temple construction committee, including trusted officials, members and engineers also attended the meeting.

The design of the pilgrimage center for Parkota and 25,000 devotees is being prepared. Our goal is that from January 2024, devotees can have the darshan of Ramlala in the great sanctum sanctorum. Anil Mishra, member, Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust

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